Day two of the SEMA show is already complete and we’ve witnessed the covers come off some incredible builds. We have some awesome vehicle spotlights planned over the coming few days, but for now here’s the highlights from Day 2’s exploration.
Starting at the Air Lift Performance booth, we didn’t have to go far to encounter Carl Taylor’s insane E46. We already covered it in our SEMA Show preview but the lurid green paint, Rocket Bunny Pandem bodywork and supercharged LS2 swap beg for a second look.
Elsewhere, in the Toyo Tires Treadpass, Carl’s other Pandem build is equally attention grabbing. The BMW E36 M3 uses it’s four spoke Rotiform wheels and a full ‘dazzle’ 3M wrap to great effect.
Also in the Treadpass, Allroad Outfitters’ Audi S3 uses an Aerowerks wide body conversion and contrasting Volk TE37 wheels to create one hell of a presence.
Taking things to a whole new level of sinister, this Lexus RC 350 F-Sport utilises Air Lift Performance 3H management to bring the Aimgain international bodywork closer to the deck.
But it’s not just tuner cars who were enjoying the new Air Lift Performance 3H management system, Ford’s own Police DRAGG build also utilized Air Lift Performance air suspension to bring the Police car body shell to a more intimidating ride height.
Arguably one of the most popular body conversions at this years show is Rocket Bunny’s V2 Boss kit. Creating a muscle car look for the humble S14, the kit has re-ignited love for the popular platform with a fresh body style option.
Day two also brought the Air Lift Performance Team some great news with the announcement of Air Lift Performance 3H winning a SEMA Global Media Award.
Let’s see what day 3 has in store!